I moved to Felixstowe from Stowmarket as a baby, then grew up on the Coronation Drive Estate. Like most of the children then, I would play out along the road from the age of around 5, as it was safe to do so. The road back then was lined with neat and tidy grass verges, covered during the summer with buttercups and daisies, where us girls used to sit making daisy chains, or just doing handstands or cartwheels along the verge. The girls would dress up in their mother’s old dresses and high heeled shoes and walk up and down the road pushing their dolls prams with the latest Tiny Tears Doll (or in my case it was my neighbours guinea pigs, that I'd take for a walk!). Boys would race up and down on their bikes or homemade Go Karts playing Cowboys and Indians, or Thunderbirds are go, whilst firing cap guns at us girls.